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2010 Spring Premium Yunnan Fengqing Black Tea

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Yunnan black tea falls into the category of Gongfu black tea, which means it requires a lot of Gongfu(work/tea making process) to make this tea.

Our Yunnan black tea is from the traditional black tea making area-Fengqing, which has over 150 years experience to make black tea.

Yunnan black tea is well-known for its high freshness and sweetness. For such high quality, it has little or no astringency at all; hence there is no need to add some sugar or honey to compensate the astringency; but still, if adding some pure milk, then the taste is more smooth and mellow, I will never forget the mellowness of this milk tea. For this kind of black tea, since its buds are not as many as the imperial ones, its sweetness is comparatively low, but its infusion times are more.

Tea tree: Big leaves of Fengqing, Yunnan

Harvest time: 2010 spring

Picking standard: One bud with one or two leaves

Shape: plump bud with tight leaves

Dried tea color: golden bud color with bloom dark brown leaves

Aroma: fresh, sweetness

Tea soup color: bright orange color

Taste: fresh, sweet, mellow, long aftertaste

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